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Construction year
2003
Gross weight
12,000 kg
Hours Run
7,472 h
€68 000 Net Price
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Construction year
2007
Hours Run
10,750 h
€73 000 Net Price
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Construction year
2009
Hours Run
6,200 h
€52 000 Net Price
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Construction year
1997
Hours Run
9,800 h
€135 000 Net Price
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
2012
Hours Run
6,550 h
€172 000 Net Price
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Construction year
2016
Hours Run
1,500 h
€128 000 Net Price
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Construction year
2013
Hours Run
5,400 h
€70 000 Net Price
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Construction year
2008
Hours Run
7,500 h
€76 000 Net Price
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Construction year
2002
Hours Run
8,520 h
€85 000 Net Price
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Construction year
2008
Hours Run
7,100 h
€87 000 Net Price
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Construction year
2008
Hours Run
10,500 h
€71 500 Net Price
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Construction year
2008
Hours Run
5,000 h
€58 000 Net Price
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Construction year
2008
Hours Run
5,600 h
€85 000 Net Price
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Construction year
2010
Hours Run
10,700 h
€118 000 Net Price
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Construction year
2009
Hours Run
5,500 h
€135 000 Net Price
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Construction year
2013
Hours Run
5,700 h
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Construction year
1999
Hours Run
8,827 h
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Hours Run
3,669 h
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Hours Run
7,529 h
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Hours Run
4,678 h
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Hours Run
14,351 h
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Hours Run
3,979 h
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Hours Run
12,402 h

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Construction year
2013
Hours Run
3,661 h
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Tractors

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Hours Run
5,277 h
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Hours Run
10,744 h
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Construction year
1981
Hours Run
7,471 h

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What are the best tractors on the field?

Versatile, powerful tractors that can pull a range of agriculture tools are essential for farm work. Depending on the tool attached, a tractor can be used to churn soil, prepare land for seeding or irrigation, and distribute fertilizer. Tractors also help to make light work of harvesting when crops are ready. Tractors are designed to pull at low speed but are high-powered and come in two- and four-wheel types.

Types of tractors

Two-wheel tractors feature a single axle whereas the more common four-wheel tractors have two axles, providing more power. Both types of tractors are used to pull and power farm implements such as trailers, cultivators, ploughs, seeders and harvesters. Two-wheel tractors are generally more affordable, while some four-wheel tractors also feature four-wheel drive and up to 14 wheels to maximize torque. Popular brands at Tradus include John Deere, New Holland, Massey Ferguson, Fendt and Deutz.

Tractor 3-point hitch accessories

Three-point hitches attach ploughs, harrows and other implements to an agricultural or industrial tractor. They transfer the weight of an implement to a tractor’s drive wheels, reducing resistance. Using a three-point hitch gives smaller tractors more traction, which can outperform heavier and larger tractors. Hauer and John Deere produce popular three-point hitches, as do Alliance and Trelleborg.

Tractor power take-off accessories

Power take-off accessories include mowers, balers and dredges – essential for all kinds of farm work. The unit transfers power from the tractor to the accessory in order to perform specialized tasks such as baling hay and other crops, mowing grass or dredging. Power take-off accessories for tractors are produced by big brands such as Hauer, John Deere, Alliance and Trelleborg.